The Rhumba Boogie

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"The Rhumba Boogie" is a 1951 song by Hank Snow. The single was his follow up to "The Golden Rocket". "The Rhumba Boogie" was Hank Snow's third number one in a row on the Country & Western Best Seller charts where it stayed at the top for eight weeks and a total of twenty-seven weeks on the chart.[1]

The song was also recorded by Spade Cooley & his Fiddlin' Friends (DECCA 9-46310) with a vocal by Ginny Jackson,[2][3][4] and released in March 1951.[5]


Preceded by
"There's Been a Change in Me" by Eddy Arnold
Best Selling Retail Folk (Country & Western) Records
March 31, 1951
Succeeded by
"Kentucky Waltz" by Eddy Arnold